The founders of Your Superfoods, Michael and Kristel, inspired by previous events in their lives, seek to improve the well-being of their customers through the power of nutrition, whilst also keeping a close eye on sustainable business practices. Their 7

Last week saw Rome become a host for the sixth edition of Green Fashion Week, a non-profit international event bringing together designers, activists and models in the name of sustainable development. As models strutted past ancient ruins of Rome, we spoke

Today’s release of the 2017 Global Terrorism Index highlights welcome news for Nigeria. The sub-Sahara African nation has been beleaguered by the activity of Boko Haram. The group, which has been active since 2002, became infamous globally following the abduction

This is a story about eight ethnic groups and 300 elephants in a remote and lawless region of West Africa. It’s a story about what happens to 8 million acres of habitat when local people can work together to assert

Around 88 million tonnes of food is wasted annually in the EU. All actors along the supply chain contribute to food waste, from the farmers to retailers and ultimately the consumers. Opaline aims to help farmers in reducing food waste. It

The term “sustainable agriculture” has been in use since the late 1980s, and, although interpretations vary, it is usually understood as the adoption of practices and technologies that improve productivity without harming the environment. However, the level at which countries

It is known that prison occupants don't exactly have access to luxurious living facilities or direct and instant interaction with the world beyond the walls that confine them, but what drives the CEO of Pigeonly, Frederick Hutson, is the cost

Today we are talking to Marcus Filly, 6x CrossFit competitor and founder of Revival Strength, a personal training company based in San Rafael, CA. There's an art to great programming, which Revival Strength understands, offering personal and group training sessions

If you watch 'Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things' on Netflix you will hear them talk about fast fashion and how there used to be four seasons for fashion trends, spring, summer, autumn and winter, but now, if you really break it

Facebook has announced that 126 million of their American users may have encountered 80,000 published pieces of inauthentic, Kremlin-conceived content throughout the last two years (BBC, 2017). In the photo: Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump. Photo credit: The Atlantic Accounts that can be

While many analysts have noted the rising consumer sentiment in favor of sustainable goods, what often isn’t reported is that the pace of this change in preferences has not been uniform across the world. Different regions of the globe have

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